The Book “Green History of the Georgian-German Dialog: Ideas and Individuals” tells about the history/herstory of research into nature, the development of the natural sciences and the creation of national parks and recreational spaces in Georgia. You will get acquainted with Georgian and German scientists, women who have contributed to the creation, dissemination and application of t natural knowledge and education.
The book is accompanied by a collection of information cards that will introduce to the reader the activities and thoughts of nature explorers and friends of nature in Georgia.
This book was prepared and published with the support of the Integrated Biodiversity Management in the South Caucasus (IBIS) project of the German Corportation for International Cooperation (GIZ). (Project author: Professor Lela Gaprindashvili).
© Women’s Initiative for Equality (WIE)
Women’s Space and Women’s Culture
Georgian Nature through European Eyes
Tsisana Goderdzishvili and Liana Osishvili
Tbilisi’s Botanical Garden and the Germans who Worked There
The Culture of Gardening and its Practitioners in Georgia during the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
The Achievements of the Georgian Educator Ilia Alkhazishvili in the Study of Georgian Nature and the Spread of Natural Education in Georgia
The Green Policies of Local of Self-Government in Tbilisi between 1875 and 1917
|გამომცემლობა||Women's Initiative for Equality (WIE)|
|მთარგმნელი||Joseph Alexander Smith|
The "Green History" Of The Georgian-German Dialogue. Ideas And Individuals